Fairfield Residents, Officials Work to Find ‘Sweet Spot’ for Development Goals

Jim Wendt, the town planning director, told the crowd gathered at the open house event at Osborn Hill School that officials have a “pretty good handle” on what residents love about Fairfield, but said they needed community input on a lingering issue (CT Examiner)


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FAIRFIELD –  Officials and residents met Thursday to find common ground over their visions for Fairfield, as the town looks to update its state-mandated plan of conservation and development.


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